Exhaled NO is a poor marker of asthma control in children with a reported use of asthma medication: a pharmacy-based study
Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, 06/04/2012Vijverberg SJH et al.
High fraction of nitric oxide in exhaled breath (FeNO) is a poor marker of asthma control in children with reported use of asthma medication. Various other factors, including medication adherence and medication use, are associated with increased FeNO levels.
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